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Monitor Archive for January 30, 1994


It's Futuristic, Fuel-Efficient, and Has an 'Ultralight' Touch
World Community Needs Courage, Say Leading Critics

Battling Over History
Kobe Shakeout: Officials Promise Quicker Response
Cozying Up to a Camp Without Conveniences
Soaring on Homemade Wings
Why Public Wants Welfare Reform
Madame Tussaud Could Learn From Harlem Wax Artist
Crash of Flight 427 Could Speed Upgrade of Flight-Data Recorders
What Cuts Would Mean For Public Broadcasting
Economists See Growth Slowing As US Rates Rise
New York Bombing Trial Of 12 Men Opens, Tests Civil War Sedition Law
Nike Regains Its Sales Footing
When Russia's Hard-Liners Speak, Yeltsin Listens
Conservative Democrats Join Republicans In Signs of a National Shift to the Right
The War That Recast the World
THE PATH TO WAR'S END
COMPUTER SYSTEMS LINKED TO INTERNET FACE NEW SECURITY THREAT
Major Flaws Mar Plan For Balanced Budget
Making Peace With A Pesky New Neighbor
US Hopes for Last-DitchTalks On China Piracy
Recycling Program Turns Old Shoes Into New Inner City Playground
Cuts at HUD: a Welcome Reform Or a Threat to the Urban Poor?
Toward Budget Balance
Dispute at Auschwitz Shows Fight Against Intolerance Still Not Won
God's Mastery Of the Muscles
Diversity -- or Divisiveness?
French Nod to Solo Quebec Boosts Separatist Leader In Run-Up to Referendum